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Smart Evasion. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

Smart Evasion. The Tumut and Adtlong Times reports that on Thursday afternoon a governess and uhildreb ware out for recreation, and wlieo Dear the Catholic Oliiuc'U a number of cattle opproajhod, boiiig driven by a competent hand, it is supposed ; but as the kurtiel aiob passed the affrighted' governess aud a pretty group of children in her charge, a shout of "Look out for the wild cow!" reached their ea.rs, from thoutontorian throat of the drover. Almost simultaneously the wild boast mado a bolt for a fine littlo fellow wlio was mounted on a small velo cipede. Tho little man, with a degree of judgment" not possessed by the drowsy drover, threw liirasolf off the machine into an adjacent ditch. Tho infuriated oue tried a fling at the velocipede instead, wbioli, in her hurried fury, she missed, and passed on; but there'ear be slight doubt (hat, had not the precooious young gentleman adopted the wisest mode of evasion, he would most certainly have been gored to , death..; The impromptu...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Burglary near Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

Burglary near Sydney. . - .". Thorn Baxtor, alias Smith,- and Wil liam Lee, two notorious burglars, - wore brought . before, tho Water Police Court, Sydney,- on .'Mondajr'-moraing>>'<on'trbmandi onjaoharge of ?breaking' and entering the dwelling1 house of Mr." George Knox, bar rjster-at-low, at Double Bay, and stealing therein aud therefrom two silver napkin rings and electroplated ware to the value of £60, The evidence oif detective jWiggHvas to)the effect thnt, between 3.15a,to. and 3,30 a.m. on tho 'lStli 'June, he and do- ' tectivo Joseph Caraphin arrested the pris oners in Marlcet-stroet on another-charge; he found on Baxtor a oarpenter's chisel, a box o./'siient sulphur matdhes^ndr'a'oheesef 'knife J they rymoved the,: prisoner's boots; ancl on the followtrig day went to'Mr.'Knox.'s ho'u3e(and,,(3ompa.red^the;boots \vith certain ^footuiarks'^thoroji andfound'.tliat.they cor Veapbnded .fexactlyl the chisel, found on Baxter filled exaotly the marks "pa-,'iaf oWf...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

, ? or v: -u iBEiT-WOOD CHAIRS, ; SJ V.>aKE JUST TO HAND, ' 1 .-And nro being daily put togoihor by competent men. They are, piopeily screwed nod bolted together, : 1 and tliey nro to ho bad' at . , r ';:; Rogers' ;f' GREAT,:,. Atthe, following prices, wliioli nro fully ten per, cent ? i lower than previously quoted: : j Austrian .Cane-Seat Chairs, 7s. lid. ... j Austrian Cane-Seat Chairs, 8s. lid. Austrian OiVno-Seat Clmirs, 9fl. 3d. ! '? Austrian Cane-Seat .Chairs, 9s, fid,' «» ; -j . Orders;for tlioso .Uoods aru coming in from nil quariera, and.they nro, to bu had, put together,;in. any niimbor, or iu 3 dozen eases, Tlicse goods' are,' now being '. / )' Imported Direct by the Proprietor : r , Which onablo.-i him to sell at these, . , iEXTSEMELY JlbW £EI0ES/ An ussortniont of tho fullowiug-Austrian Bent Wood FURMITUltli is also o'u.vlow..at.thief ,J5x' tonaivo unit Complete burnishing Establishment viz. :- . .fi. Austrian Bent-Wood t-ofnB --Austrian'Bent Wood lia*y Ohaira ?Aust...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Real Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

A Real Ghost. Wo were told that a young lady, accom panied by a gallant escort of oourse, was pro ceeding down'Albort-strdet, T.irue, on her way home from an'evening party, wbioh she was.pronouncing loher boau " to bo so nice," when suddenly sha gnve aBoroam, and cling ing tightly to. her..protector, (happy nun) gasped ouc " Look there!" poiutiog to a horrid-looking apparition' of git?autio propor tions a few yards iu front. The gentleman, as the ghost appeared stationary,v in, duty bound having ao preoious a charge,' pro oeednd lo investigate, the mutter, and in grant trupidation apprbaoliod nearer tho "object to find it to be'only Koma of tho oirous para phaii'jliti thio'ivn oyer a 'stump. His spirits immediately revived, and hu did not forget to boast of the.liBroio deed he had, performed in dofenoe of youth and beauty.- The lady did not quite 'faint,, and lie' declares ho was uoi a bit afraid.-Manning River Times.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER V.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

335jL»3Li T. J CHATTER. V.~CONTINUED. . "MOST probably I should, though it would matter no'hing to mo whether-you was Bpeaking truth or not." pro-!-what I am going to say jb truth";" X swear it is lvftl, blesssd, Bible truth. She is a good'un,. my wife-a real good 'un ; always hiite'd iiiy goings-on, and used to cry about it, anil preach to dqb till 11 pot out of patience, and used to give.it hor ' for her trouble. I had a letter from her last week, nnd sho told aie that- since I had boon lagged, the parson and nil the people had been kind to her, hud got up a collection for .hmy pnd a.fo g^ing to send her auii tho bid to Australia in the.Jasou.". '. In the Jason '^Yo^; thiil'stho name of tho ship. You'll find it all right. She's going to-sail this week, 1' think tho said,, You ask about her at tho Jasou-Martha Brndstock her name is. You'll find I ain't telling you lies now." A light" flach'ed p.cross Frank Scorrior's mind. Mnriha Bradstock'was thonnmo-of the pworpan who .-had: been...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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An Easy Capture. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

An Easy OapSure.,, A warrant was issued about a fortnight ago for the arrost of a wtin . charged with liorss-atBulja^, ami up till last Friday night tlie police had been unable to find hitn. On .that.1 night,: hovp&.vur, a German;joulled at the residence of the police constuble- sla tiuned at" North Wn'ggn and Baid to'him, " I wish you would come and advise my brother to {jive himself up. Wo hear there: is a warrant out for his apprehension." , As a matter of. course, the policeman at'ohoe consented, and with the "assistance'.of''a mounted man went'to the camp that was shown them,.and arrosted the man charged with horse-stealing.-Advertiser.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

»?! ' - v _ . ' i .. . ? 'MlBW' MEB55?AIi J&Aliii, COOTAMUNDRA, opposite TUB ALBION HOTEL. . E. 0. MO ONE Y, AS tliu pleasure of' announcing to ttjn Snbnbi ; tatils iof Coo'immulrn'lind tlte 'snrr'oujnding DiKriclH time bo has PKHMANKNTLY ESTABr LlSIJEDlilMSlILKottheiibovoNEW MEDICAL IIALL, liiiuiilud »i the corner of Parker and Walliin dooti Ktreots, and hopes to' receive a continuance of I the patruuage formerly extended to'hltii,"ai)dj begs ' lue fi iend*.to'_ iidV(Urti>!d him. 'J. PrcscrliVtlous Carefully Dispensed. Good Btuck of Patettt .Mpdicliteii niid~Iufalli)>lo w Hemedios alwiiyii on liand, " . : w. H. AKIELL, PROVISION MERCHANT ??..nv.y ru,y,i\'icrA'up--\- r 7 '?' Grcncval Cominission Agent, 343 & 345/,KEN(T-S5TREET NORTH ©YMWJEY. '<:; Solo Apent for SWALLOW and ARIEL'S BIS " .V ' - QUIT'S.' Sic. . V 77,7'i' : Solo Agent for Bxeolsior- Mills-late GKOrBEN. CUAFT and GO.'S-pATMICAL. ' . ." SHEFFIELD, ,. Agaiij . carry'Off the Houours'! ' Tho...

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LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

: ____________ LAPSED CONDITIONAL' PU'lj OEtASES. t.V, A.I.U-! . ' : TUB undermentioned conditional and additional con* 'ditionnl purclinsos'linvo become lapsed tluough noir receipt of tlio necessary declarations ,and, non.pay' inurit of balauco orioBttlmont'of parchase''tnnii*ey':~ ? I Doiiiild Grab t^BiVid wood district, 40 aorea. sec* tiori'13, county St. Vinojtit, pariah Tallagandra. \ ? Burrowa District,. i.' ?> »- ! j ,,, EotorfHA''t:,;17(l,ftoros,|8oplipii 13, oonnty Harden* ' J .Huniy1 Brown1, two lots-120: and 820 aorea res pectively, suction 21, county Maiden, parishes My lorn and Illalong. i!i:' l >'v'.i i J.J. j C ,t, J.ol.ii). A.., Murphy, two.lots-40 .acros each, see . i^ionailSiiflad 21, county' Hardon,' poViali Ooppabeila Cooma District,' j j. [ i ! 3 T | John Manton, 40 acres.^rpods, soqtion 13, county , Ber^f6i;d, parjsli'.NVoblitwla.-' "jvi-i. I Duviil Ryrie, o0 acres, soctlon 2I, oounlyvWollos lcy, pariah MafFra. Hti-.j v >.!. ,L k'.U.L-L I KM to iMullie...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

?w-'sr.&EBrEs - O Chapter VI. - Tjibbb had not boon such a run on the hoU*l n» Giavenend for years.' Thn prosont land loid reuqllepted nothing like it. The excite ment caused' by his temporary charge iof . a very' fino Bonjg'|»l'r"t,jg^r, which bad befini landed from ka Indiaman, and from which q»li^rr&al(iztfdr«ofnoth)ngf'hand8omo by/admitt in'gHHo Y>dblia'tb viiSw' if'i 'in lii'tf yard," at" jbeV ' charge olGd 'por boad,._.\vas, " not a patcli A b . J .1. w i In a prbvjou's staj»0 of his, existence} |hu *' lia'd'kept Vrpftt)iicVbf>U8e m Waterloo Bofd,t ,» +ywhere,vfp, a'tractipiig, he .bad engaged at4 v'iiHe time a",diminutive Kaffirand a gigantic barmaid, but'neit'liH^p.if 'thesa drew anything' like ifae'iatne^riumliirs lb'the "Dog and Bull," as did 'fb'o story of Frank Soorrier'a encounter" Willi1 tlib convict at the 'Qravesend '-'Bb'tel,'0 1 /" ",t s]ubh'. 'a';4iffptent. cla) s' of .people) 'too* ' 1 Not ypur.mere loafers, who.only, took a glassi; of ale, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

; Wholesale ^?rpd^^ ' BL0AlfB.8TRBBT,'-iQ0bLBURN, . I ARB OASr;BjTER'S OF n&Sf*" C'6Wiiv':''0:atsT'? 'Potatoes^: | -Butter, CUecistB, llncon, IIidcs*vSliccjpskins,n v Arid J EVERY .OTHEfeVliilKD 'OFi 'dOLbNI AI» - ! v,PRODU>g'E,1<i.nf'*ny^u*nMty. ThoiYERY HIGHEST- OA8HPRlOEGITEN)fo> y ; fl'J /QOO&isdukD POTATOlM' v-' ;i yvM£Ft^ aJI ? i (Lato H. 0. PRATT), | vV t f * - vBloano-alroot, Goulburo. . Wanted ' A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to SIRB. \V. O. ARMSTRONG, Terminus Hotel, Sloano-fctruet. Wanted KNOWN tliat.froiu £6 to £1000 may ha obtained ou good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auctioneer, Australian Auction Mart, Auburn-at. ?' For Sale, FIRST PRIZE OANAUIUS. D. CLEARY, Gonlburn. GRATUITOUS VACCINATION. Dr. Morton orDr. Gentle WllL V1CCIXATE AT Miller's Hotel,-Tarago, Satobday, July lCtfo, from 0 a.m. to 12 (noou); end at Philips' Hotel, from 1 p.,m to 4 p.m. Croolcwcll, July 18tb,:from 10 a.tn. to 1 p.m. At Gullei) Hotel, July 19tb, from 11 a.m....

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

(From the Sydney Herald,y - l'":'. '_I . ? ir v,I! - IH, . LONDON.'jtilv I2;'! The Imperial Parliament will be prorogued on ike 20tlr August'.11 ; The numbor ; of prisqnerawho have been arrested in Ireland in connection with tbe reoent disturbances already oxcoads 200, ..'.Th'e'Socialists^h'ave* beon :expelled1 from ..Leipzig, :in SaxODy. -J ^ ! , i f/u ? . .The lilUfeeling'iwbicb bas^ lately.1 arisdn between'. Italy;" and:' France " in' regard''t'oj Tunisian, affair^'ia^grbw^n'^ ''i.' i ""'i&T native quarrel bias 'oocuiredn.ainbbgst! tbe tribes of West-Africa, and fighting is limminont. nil.:.??>.«/, >n »iu;r>>. -Ay* ! 1 -.iil'heGbverhm&nt' 'tiff^red 'Mr. SHeiWj"motfj-j bar for Oo'rk^ ,'and' a p'r|ojnjnqnt 'loadec' of :the: H6me Kule'party/a seat' on.tilelirisli Land .1OopiDgii88ion.,i;:lIo!dpoline^ tne honour.'(T; .. iiViuo Mil j^WA»nniQTo<i,,.July'12i,i'' :. >;The r usiial" bullotiii'issUG'd ' by''Preai'djent Garfield's'modib'Al dtttoidaH...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: FRIDAY, JULY 15. STEAM SUPERSEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

^PI^b;eishei>, EVERY aroityriJsrG _-Troth, over.loyoly slime tlio,world begnn^ " . CI3®Ji'e:fto,of tyrants and the friend of mm',-Camptell; QOULBURN: FRIDAY, JULY 15. ! ''y' STEAM' SUPERSEDED. Berlin, of, a method of V^;eigg4, i^.lectrioity., , aa; »a: imotive - power or the propulsion of 1 ottmalgos,,'; which,, 'if it realizes, ,the ,expectationsj formed oon-j corning it "mil completely revolutionize all tiukrwotforis 'Sf ^Miction'' knd! motive power for wtirttiDjg- . ifAWolilheryl1'1'"At 1 t(" trial of ^BEMAN?.aj9»looMip''-'V'lfailiirajry\;!'t6o1it 'Wo moDths1 a'&o1, tlio' 'carriages Vore 'driven the trial Jjatajice. of'six riniles',;-at-'tlie 'quickest rate the authorities would permit-eighteen miles an hour./(The'motiVe pWer is com munioa|edr.ithr,gugliv tlje» rails in itlieiform of att^olipn.,..JCha,(,qost j.Qt. the) new > motive power, as compared with horses vorJ stoain, iEPMit' ista'tedi*but',itj' is itp vtehoped that Boienoe may.yet demonstrate1 the possibilit...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA. THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

OOOTAMUNDRA. TIIUUSUAYEYENIKO. J ' Mr. Strongitkarm's ^uotion sale of land" allotments'hera io-'day' wal V6ry successful; The, allotments, sixteen ./in ,numbpr, .situate , hear i aadr adjoining : St. Cblumba's- JR.' 0. Okurck/averaged over ,^E'lOO'jier'iacr&' : , JTwotpigS;fattened by Mr.'Thomas Soanlota «i. iii.' r\ _ L v_.' '' J it?J *« TTLi.LV'" i_;Vi_ j -i.'J-1 j<1- ' df' th'6 Cootam^Bdraflote))" killed weigh.670 lbB. .i . .il to-day,

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. War in the Council! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. War in the Council! At the Council meeting last Wednes day evening the aldermen indulged in a good deal of lively discussion, aud bandied abuse of one another pretty freely. Same of the hard, words made use of were pro bably excusable, but we failed to see thai so many hard hits were of any benefit to the ratepayers at all events. Alderman Horn brought forward a motion in reference to irregularities which he alleged existed in the manner adopted by the Council for getting through business, and said that at a time when he was almost on his death-bed unfair advantages had been taken in not sending him certain notices regardiug busi ness'to bo conducted. Ha contended that the Improvement Committee took a deal too much authority upon . themselves, else that they did not ever have notice of the adoption of their reports put upon the notice sheets. Aldorman Caldwell said that it was the business of tliO'toWta' clerk' to piit'the notices qn the sheet for reference, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [I-fton GitEvr LIE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] ? SYDNEY. ,1,: ' : THURSDAY NHJIIT. THE Flying Squadron, though sighted at the, Heads yesterday, ,were unable- to enter; in consequence of.thb lot? tide, and accordingly put to sea againi until ;tlxia, morning'j when, they came up the- Harbour and anchorod1 in Farm/.Cove abopt /iJO o'clocki without .the assistance of pilots. . Salutes were fired from the \Volvotiue"aiid Dawo's Point,.and Rear Admiral Enrl Olanwilliam; attended by four other' barges, .'landod at the Government House jetty, where a dense mass of' people had assembled to see the Princes, but special instructions having been received forbidding 'any fbrmal publio recep(ion, they remained, on boardj nud it was not till this afternoon thoyjWei'e brbught'.ashore and presented to the Governor with their tutor. 1 " Mebrs./'Mort's,'sale ' qf ,stud rams, com menced . to-day. v Eleven pens of Gibson's Tusmanian rams feiob'ed £2084. :Tho<hi'gboat price i o...

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Land Courts Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

Land Courts Postponed. In consequence of Mr. Commissioner King having,met with a severe accident, lia will be unablo to attend tbo proposed courts of inquiry to be held at Tnralga, Oroolnvell, Bungendore, and Queanbeyan,1 until further ,notice. -i ? . ---

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Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

Goulbura Police Court. On Thursday, July 14th, before Mr. H,. H.'Voss, Mary'Murrell was charged with having been drunk and disorderly. Plea, guilty.' Ordered to pay 40/- or go to gaol for 7 days, with hard labour.-The same prisoner wqb charged with making use of obscene language. Constable Drummond proved the charge, also that *he hod taken the wom'fin tto \the lookup; . Fined £3 .or, two months' imprisonment with hard labour.

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) CORONERS' INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

YA8S . NEWS. (FROM,OUR CORRESPONDENT.) CORONERS7"INQUEST. An inquest Was held before Dr. Blako, tbo district corobor, oil Tuesday, at MotesYass 'Inn to inquire into tbo oauso of death 01 tlio late'Timothy Eyan, of Binalocig, who died at bis residence on the previous Sunday morning. Senior-constable Madden, of Binalong, conduced the case; and, alter the jury had viewed the body, the iollowiag evidence was taken Laurence: Joseph Dargm deposed: lam a storekeeper, reading at Binalong; I have Been the deceased (Timothy Eyan) on whom itbis inquest is now being held; I remember "Wednesday last-; I 8aw . deceased on that dav in.his usual health about 10 o clack ; l nest saw bim between that hour nnd 11 o'clock ; bo was then in a fit behind the bar of bis own house ; I helped Mrs. Eyan to throw some cold water ou Ilia lioad; he shortly after recovered his senses ; I then, w'iih tbo assistance of Mr. Madden, brought' bini into his parlour.aud put him on a sofa; I then covered him over with bl...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

Rifle Shooting. A contest will be commenced next' Satur day afternoop at the butts. . The first, prize is alhduSsrim'e book-" Tho Nineteenth Cen tury,''; and the; seoond [a gold'jring', besides1 whioh "the' sum of £6 has been apportioned into thirteen other, prizes. The conditions are-Seven shots each at the 300, 400, 500, and C00 yards'.ranges. Tlie following han dicaps, woreadjusted on Wednesday evening 'by tie comm|Ltoo;:-ppapt,'B.l&okshaw^ Sergt. Shorring, and Private Townsend 8tar;t v^ith nil; Sergeant 'Morris' anddL'aiice-Oorporat Fowler, 10 points ; Lieutenant yNolan and jPrivatp1 Robinson, 14 ; t S.ergbant ; Willcie, ilPrivatoa 'Ooomber, Nelson, Lurcock, aiid Jaokson, 16; Bugler Adams v an,d -Private Oassidy, 17; Private*. Ball'^ 18 . Ourporal Bushell, Privates Wright, Frnnoh, S., ,N<sl son, Young,', 13ickley,r Ho'okey^.Bailey, Kano, Kingston,' Sheen, and Baazley, 19 { Privates Liggins and Thompson, 20'; Linoe-Corporal Osbomo and Privates; W. McFarlane, J....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

GOULB.URN . BOROUGH COUNCIL. ' SPECIAL ' MEETING.- a v i A pitKLijiiNAnY . meeting, convened: by circular, in reference, to tho opening' of" the now post and.telegraph' offices in JGoulbtirn was held at; the council chambers. uj'ostfer day at 4 p.m. i i .Tharo waa but :a small(attehdAriceJ 'and the geuttem'eii s:! present1'1' '. frere Alder men Caldwell, - MoOonnell, ^otnbey, Osborne, Wardle,: Horn^HiwkiniB;.' Taylor, and I^losars, .A. 'M. Betts, S.~Meyer, J. T. Gannon, W, Daviesj and'C'aptain F. R. L. Rossi, __ t, .... ... :: /l'he chair was taken, byl ihoyMayor/who said that ho had thought proper, to cqnyene a faieeting "to,, consider the steps to bo taken with regard to' the'opening of the post and. telegraph offices. " He then rek'd the notioe, and said: he ; had/written to Mr. Teooe ..and Lieutonant-oolonel . Holborow, M.Ii.A.'scin reference to the .inat'tor.and had been irifornjod that'the bJfices could not be ppienpd.withiu;4,or,.'5 .w.eekst.'i 'Mr».'Bett%.propo8ed&lt...

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